• All sites are rustic, interior, back country
• Toilet paper is not provided on the sites.
• Free drinking water is supplied at the
Hours of Use
• Check in is between the hours of 2pm and
7pm on the day of arrival.
• Check out is 11am on the day of departure.
• Closed to day visitors at 8pm. No permits
are sold after 8pm.
• Visitors to campers must enter the park
before 8pm and leave by 10pm. If visitors
spend the night, overnight fees will apply.
• Quiet time is from 10pm to 9am.
• Children under 16 years of age must be on
their own campsite by 10pm.
Rules and Regulations
• NO GLASS BOTTLES ARE ALLOWED ON
• Credit card information is taken for all
reservations. Any damages to the property
or facility will be charged to that credit card.
• Payment in full is required at the time of
• Cancellations or reservation changes are
accepted up to 8 days prior subject to a
25% administration fee. Otherwise, no
refund will be made and the full price will be
• Firewood must be purchased at Depot
Lakes Campground office to prevent the
spread of invasive species.
• Quinte Conservation strictly enforces
its Zero Tolerance Policy. Threatening
behaviour by campers or their pets is
unacceptable. No profanity, excessive noise
or other unsuitable behaviour is permitted at
any time. No person shall willfully damage
any public or private property, buildings or
• Collecting, cutting, removing or destroying
any plant, tree or other living object is
• Quinte Conservation is not responsible for
any lost, stolen or damaged property.
• Power saws, fireworks, traps and weapons
• Persons must be 19 years of age to
register for a campsite. Proof of age will be
• Canoe rentals are available. Please contact Depot Lakes Campground Office at 613-374-2940 to reserve a canoe. Cancellations
or reservation changes are accepted up to
8 days prior subject to a 25% administration
fee. Otherwise, no refund will be made and
the full price will be charged.
• Most interior sites are accessible only by
boat or canoe, therefore, campers must have access
to a boat or canoe at all times. Staff is available
to assist campers by transporting extra
equipment for a per trip charge.
• No more than the allotted number of people,
including the permit holder, is allowed on a
designated campsite. See website (www.depotlakes.com) for site specific
details. The permit holder must occupy the
site, unless immediate family.
• All visitors to registered campers must
check in at the office and pay the
appropriate Day Use Fee.
• Campsites must be cleaned before leaving
the site. Garbage needs to go in one clear
bag and recycling in another. These bags
must be brought to the office. Leaving
garbage on the campsite incurs a $75 fine.
• Fires are permitted in designated areas
only and must be contained within the
designated fire pit. When finished, all fire
pits must be soaked with water.
• Inform the park staff of any disturbances or
• No glass, bottles, alcohol or cannabis are allowed in the beach areas.
• No boats are allowed in swimming areas.
Unregistered boats may be confiscated.
• Quinte Conservation is not responsible
for child supervision anywhere in the
Conservation Area, including beaches or
• All pets are to be on a leash not exceeding
six feet and kept under control at all times.
• There is a maximum of two pets per
campsite; owners must pick up after their
• No pets are allowed in swimming or beach
Smoking, Alcohol and Illegal Drugs
- All Quinte Conservation properties are smoke free areas except for designated campsites. Smoking includes: inhaling, exhaling, burning or carrying of lighted tobacco and e-cigarettes.
- Alcohol and/or cannabis are only permitted on registered campsites. Intoxication or impairment in a public area is prohibited.
- Alcohol and/or cannabis are not permitted in day-use or other public areas.
- Substance abuse including illegal drugs is prohibited.
• Beer and alcohol are only allowed to be
brought in CANS.
These rules, regulations and standards were developed to maintain a level of safety
and consistency at Depot Lakes campgrounds and are based on Quinte Conservation’s
Ontario Regulations 201/88. All Conservation Area users are responsible for knowing all
the rules and regulations.
Violation(s) may result in eviction without refund, a permanent ban, and/or fine and
the possibility of court action. Quinte Conservation enforces a Zero Tolerance Policy.
At the discretion of Quinte Conservation, permits may be revoked at any time without
Conservation Area staff are responsible for interpretation and enforcement of these
rules, regulations and standards. This is not an exhaustive list. Prices are subject to
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